A method is described for the determination of the efficiency of spectrochemical buffers by using the differences in intensity values of the analytical lines of a group of elements contained in different matrices. By an analogous calculation, efficiency can also be determined using temperature index values. Efficiency values, in both cases, are given as numerical values. A study of five different cations was completed, and the results are given.
F. R. Maritz and A. Strasheim, "A Study of the Efficiency of Spectrochemical Buffers. I. Influence of Buffer Cations," Appl. Spectrosc. 18, 97-102 (1964)
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